Category Archives: Plecos

I hope you enjoy watching my animals in much the same way I do! The first video in my new “let’s watch” series features my 90 gallon tropical community tank with angelfish, bristlenose plecos, cories, and more. Play this video in the background while you’re doing other things, use it to help you fall asleep, […]

This tank has changed SO much over the past 9 months! Come along on this tour of my 90 gallon planted tropical community tank with angelfish, tetras, bristlenose plecos, cories, and of course Leafy the spotted African leaf fish. Thanks for watching and until next time, stay gold!

Hey guys!! Sorry for being a day late on this video; I’m back home in Minnesota this weekend to surprise my mom for mother’s day and attend my sister’s college graduation, so it’s been hectic.   But I hope you enjoy the video of my new angelfish getting added to the 90 gallon tropical community […]

It’s been a while since you’ve seen my pets, so here’s an update on ALL of my pets, from goldfish to rabbits, to poison dart frogs! Stay Gold,      

Yay vlogmas! 😀 Follow me around today as I do my daily pet care routine, starting with giving Henry the rabbit his medication, feeding everyone, and setting up a new culture of fruit flies for my dart frogs to eat. Thanks for stopping by and Stay Gold!    

Yay Vlogmas! 😀 Come hang out with me and all my cute pets! In today’s video we’ll walk through my morning animal routine and give the axolotls a water change and their feeding of red wiggler worms. Stay tuned until the very end to watch me unbox the new Solid Gold calendars and offer a […]

Yay Vlogmas! Today’s video contains updates galore on my goldfish, leopard geckos, plecos, tetras, and… well just all of my pets basically LOL. 😛 Thanks for watching and Stay Gold,     Items in this video: This post contains Amazon affiliate links, which means that if you click on the links and purchase the item, […]

Four months ago I got two albino longfin bristlenose plecos (Flotsam and Jetsam). They were only 3 months old when I got them; still much too young to tell whether they were male or female. But as they’ve grown up, I noticed only one was developing the characteristic bristles that males have. So, as luck […]